November 28, 2020

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DUBLIN, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Automotive Interior Market by Component (Seat, Interior Lighting), Material (Glass Composite, Carbon Composite, Metal, Vinyl, Fabric), Autonomous Driving (Semi-autonomous, Autonomous), Electric Vehicle, Vehicle Type and Region – Global Forecast to 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global automotive interior market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period, from USD 123.2 billion in 2020 to USD 153.8 billion by 2025.

The automotive industry is continuously evolving, with an increasing focus on semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicle technologies. Several vehicle manufacturers have showcased their new concept cars with autonomous and connected car technologies. These cars, with their advanced technologies and radical designs, are expected to hit the market soon. The interiors in these cars need to provide comfort and convenience and should have the latest technology incorporated. The increasing demand for advanced automotive interior solutions and systems can be attributed to advances in semi-autonomous and autonomous technologies.

BEV segment is projected to be the fastest growing electric vehicle during the forecast period.

The demand for BEVs is expected to increase in the coming years due to an increase in the adoption of strict emission norms by governments of various countries. Several governments now provide subsidies for the use of environment-friendly vehicles, thereby encouraging the use of electric vehicles. Stringent emission regulations in the US, particularly in states such as California and New York, have led to increased sales of electric vehicles. Electric vehicles tend to have a higher number of electronics/advanced systems.

Thus, the growing number of electric vehicles will result in an increased demand for advanced automotive interior systems. In Europe, the market for BEVs is estimated to grow due to emission regulation mandates and development of electric vehicle infrastructure. OEMs are also expanding their manufacturing facilities worldwide to increase the production of electric vehicles. For instance, in August 2017, Tesla announced its plan to raise USD 1.5 billion to fund the development of its cheapest electric car, which proves the aggressiveness of manufacturers in the market.

The passenger car segment is estimated to be the largest automotive interior market, by vehicle

The passenger car segment is projected to have the largest share of the automotive interior market during the forecast period. The increasing purchasing power of consumers, growing sales of semi-luxury & luxury vehicles, and high demand for convenience features are expected to boost the passenger car segment. The advent of semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles is also attributed to the overall growth of the market. Passenger vehicles are the most focused segment for automotive interior manufacturers.

The technologies used in this type of vehicle are frequently changing due to the high demand from consumers for luxurious and convenience features. Also, government regulations for emissions and safety are frequently changing. The manufacturers must reduce the weight of passenger vehicles and offer comfort and safety to the consumers at a lower price. Due to the increasing demand for autonomous and electric vehicles, the

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DETROIT — The U.S. government’s road safety agency is asking for public comment on how it should regulate safe deployment of self-driving vehicles.

Seeking public comment is an early step in drawing up possible regulations, but that process takes years and could be changed by the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden.

About 60 companies are already testing autonomous vehicles, some on public roadways without human backup drivers. One, Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo, is running a limited fully autonomous ride-hailing service in the Phoenix area.

So far the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has taken a voluntary approach to autonomous vehicles without standards and regulations. That has brought criticism from the National Transportation Safety Board and safety advocates for being too hands-off.

NHTSA said Thursday that it wants public input on a proposed regulation of autonomous vehicle sensors, how the vehicles detect other road users and infrastructure, how they plan routes and how they carry out that plan.

“This rulemaking will help address legitimate public concerns about safety, security and privacy without hampering innovation in the development of automated driving systems,” said Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, whose department includes NHTSA.

The agency says in documents that a new generation of motor vehicle safety standards should give manufacturers of vehicles, sensors, software and other autonomous vehicle technology “sufficient flexibility to change and improve without the need for frequent modifications to the regulations.”

Last year the NTSB blamed lax regulation in part for a 2018 crash involving an Uber autonomous test vehicle in which a pedestrian was killed.

“There’s no requirement. There’s no evaluation. There’s no real standards issued,” NTSB member Jennifer Homendy said at the time.

While NHTSA is looking at standards, it said in the proposed rulemaking documents that it will address unreasonable safety risks by using its existing defect-investigation and remediation powers. It said any regulations must be supported by data on safety needs without stifling innovation.

Jason Levine, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Auto Safety, called the request for public input strange because it comes at the end of the Trump administration. His organization petitioned NHTSA seeking autonomous vehicle regulations two years ago but heard nothing, he said.

The 60-day comment period, he said, will expire about the time of Biden’s scheduled inauguration, he said.

“The optimistic way of looking at it is the DOT (Department of Transportation) finally decided that a zero oversight of the self-driving car industry was a bad idea,” he said.

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BROOK PARK, Ohio — Brook Park City Council is considering whether to enter into a Memorandum of Agreement with DriveOhio that could lead to companies testing self-driving vehicles on community roads.

At the recommendation of the city’s Technology and Innovation Committee, Councilman Brian Poindexter initiated discussions during the Nov. 10 council caucus.

DriveOhio is “a one-stop shop for those looking to develop, test, and deploy advanced mobility solutions in Ohio,” according to its website.

“This would put Brook Park on a very short list of communities that will allow companies who test autonomous vehicles and different types of transportation technology to use certain areas of our city for those testing purposes,” Poindexter told council, noting he would like an ordinance passed before DriveOhio finalizes its 2021 project list in December. “We would probably be the first city in the northern part of the state that would allow for the testing.”

If Brook Park becomes a testing site, city officials would notify residents about the areas in which the vehicles would travel. It’s likely less populated west-end locations, such as Aerospace Parkway and State Route 237/Brookpark Road, would be preferred routes.

“Each testing case will have a specific set of parameters,” Poindexter said. “If we don’t like the testing company that comes forward with its idea, we say no. Details of a particular project would have to be worked out. We still have the final say.”

Councilman Tom Troyer asked about liability, and Law Director Carol Horvath indicated it probably would lie with the testing companies. She said she will confirm coverage with Brook Park’s insurance company.

“This (vehicle testing) does seem a little dangerous, especially for a city like Brook Park,” Councilman Ed Orcutt said. “We have 50-foot frontages. I’m a little apprehensive about this … and would like to do a little more research.”

Council President Mike Vecchio cited the accident rate for autonomous vehicles versus human-operated cars as almost two to one, though he said mishaps tend to be less serious because autonomous vehicles are programmed to obey traffic laws.

“I would feel much safer if we mandate a human has to be in the autonomous vehicle,” Vecchio said.

Poindexter plans to introduce legislation for the Memorandum of Agreement at council’s Nov. 17 meeting.

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen has raised its planned investment on digital and electric vehicle technologies to 73 billion euros ($86 billion) over the next five years as it seeks to hold onto its crown as the world’s largest carmaker in a new green era.

Under a plan presented on Friday, Volkswagen said it would allocate nearly half its investment budget of 150 billion euros on e-mobility, hybrid cars, a seamless, software-based vehicle operating system and self-driving technologies.

In last year’s plan, the German car and truck maker, which owns brands including VW, Audi, Porsche, Seat and Skoda, had earmarked 60 billion euros for electric and self-driving vehicles out of the 150 billion budget.

A global clampdown on emissions, partly triggered by VW’s diesel pollution scandal in 2015, has forced carmakers to accelerate the development of low-emission technology, even for their low-margin mainstream models.

“The transformation of the company and its brands as well as the strategic focus on the core mobility areas will be consistently implemented,” Volkswagen’s supervisory board Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said.

Jefferies analyst Philippe Houchois said while the overall investment budget had remained unchanged, VW’s priorities had seen a “meaningful re-allocation to software and digitisation and a continued priority on Germany”.

Volkswagen has said the European Union’s more stringent emissions targets will force it to boost the proportion of hybrid and electric vehicles in its European car sales to 60% by 2030, up from a previous target of 40%.

Pressure to retool factories to build electric cars has also increased after California, which accounts for 11% of U.S. car sales, said in September that it plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars and trucks from 2035.

The emissions clampdown has already led Volkswagen to review the future of its Lamborghini, Bugatti and Ducati brands as it seeks to increase economies of scale for the shift to mass producing electric cars.

In its new plan, Volkswagen is doubling its spending on digitalisation to 27 billion euros, to develop its new vehicle operating system and self-driving technologies.

About 35 billion euros of the spending budget money will be invested in e-mobility and 11 billion euros has been earmarked for the development of new hybrid cars, it said.

($1 = 0.8464 euros)

(Reporting by Kirsti Knolle and Edward Taylor; Editing by Maria Sheahan, Edward Taylor and David Clarke)

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a man standing in front of a blue car: FILE PHOTO: VW shows electric SUV "ID 4" during a photo workshop


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FILE PHOTO: VW shows electric SUV “ID 4” during a photo workshop


BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen has raised its planned investment on digital and electric vehicle technologies to 73 billion euros ($86 billion) over the next five years as it seeks to hold onto its crown as the world’s largest carmaker in a new green era.

Under a plan presented on Friday, Volkswagen said it would allocate nearly half its investment budget of 150 billion euros on e-mobility, hybrid cars, a seamless, software-based vehicle operating system and self-driving technologies.

In last year’s plan, the German car and truck maker, which owns brands including VW, Audi, Porsche, Seat and Skoda, had earmarked 60 billion euros for electric and self-driving vehicles out of the 150 billion budget.

A global clampdown on emissions, partly triggered by VW’s diesel pollution scandal in 2015, has forced carmakers to accelerate the development of low-emission technology, even for their low-margin mainstream models.

“The transformation of the company and its brands as well as the strategic focus on the core mobility areas will be consistently implemented,” Volkswagen’s supervisory board Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said.

Jefferies analyst Philippe Houchois said while the overall investment budget had remained unchanged, VW’s priorities had seen a “meaningful re-allocation to software and digitisation and a continued priority on Germany”.

Volkswagen has said the European Union’s more stringent emissions targets will force it to boost the proportion of hybrid and electric vehicles in its European car sales to 60% by 2030, up from a previous target of 40%.

Pressure to retool factories to build electric cars has also increased after California, which accounts for 11% of U.S. car sales, said in September that it plans to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered cars and trucks from 2035.

The emissions clampdown has already led Volkswagen to review the future of its Lamborghini, Bugatti and Ducati brands as it seeks to increase economies of scale for the shift to mass producing electric cars.

In its new plan, Volkswagen is doubling its spending on digitalisation to 27 billion euros, to develop its new vehicle operating system and self-driving technologies.

About 35 billion euros of the spending budget money will be invested in e-mobility and 11 billion euros has been earmarked for the development of new hybrid cars, it said.

(Reporting by Kirsti Knolle and Edward Taylor; Editing by Maria Sheahan, Edward Taylor and David Clarke)

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a man standing in front of a blue car: FILE PHOTO: VW shows electric SUV "ID 4" during a photo workshop


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FILE PHOTO: VW shows electric SUV “ID 4” during a photo workshop


BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen announced plans to spend more on digital technology, saying on Friday it would be crucial to have a leading position in car software in the changing mobility sector.

It will spend 73 billion euros ($86 billion) on electric and hybrid cars technology and digitalization over the next five years, or around half of its total investment budget of around 150 billion euros, it said.

That is up from 60 billion, or 40% of investments, it announced in last year’s five-year plan.

“The transformation of the company and its brands as well as the strategic focus on the core mobility areas will be consistently implemented,” supervisory board chief Hans Dieter Poetsch said.

Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess said last month that the company would tweak its strategy to maintain investment momentum for developing electric and autonomous cars as it tries to make up for lost revenues caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Under the plan presented on Friday, Volkswagen is doubling its planned spending on digitalization to 27 billion euros, as it seeks to develop a seamless, software-based vehicle operating system, it said.

Around 35 billion euros of the money will be invested in e-mobility, and 11 billion euros have been earmarked for the development of new hybrid cars, it added.

(Reporting by Kirsti Knolle; Editing by Maria Sheahan and Edward Taylor)

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Honda on Wednesday won approval to sell Level 3 autonomous cars in Japan, in what the automaker and Japanese authorities said was a world-first.

The auto giant said it planned to put the vehicles, capable of taking over driving in circumstances such as a busy highway, on sale before next March.

Vehicle autonomy is classified along a scale from 0-5, with 5 indicating essentially total autonomy.

The “type designation” approved by the Japanese government Wednesday “enables the automated driving system to drive the vehicle instead of the driver under certain conditions, such as when the vehicle is in congested traffic on (an) expressway,” Honda said in a statement.

“Honda is planning to launch sales of a Honda Legend equipped with the newly approved automated driving equipment (‘Traffic Jam Pilot’) before the end of the current fiscal year,” the company added.

“It’s a world-first for an automaker to receive type designation” for Level 3 autonomy, a Honda spokesman told AFP.

He said the firm could now also become the first in the world to mass produce Level 3 capable cars commercially, though other firms are also racing to bring similarly equipped vehicles to market.

Several automakers have already manufactured vehicles capable of Level 3 autonomy, but few countries have legal frameworks to permit their sale and use.

Japan has amended its Road Vehicle Act to allow the vehicles to be sold, and the Ministry of Land, Transport and Tourism said self-driving cars would play a key role in the country’s future.

“Self-driving cars are expected to play a big role in solving various social issues our country faces, such as reducing traffic accidents, securing transportation for the elderly and others, and improving productivity in the field of logistics,” the ministry said in a statement.

It said it had issued the Level 3 approval “for the first time in the world” after determining the system complied with national traffic safety regulations.

The system is designed so that the car will alert the driver when conditions are no longer suitable for self-driving and they must take over.

Automakers and tech firms are locked in a fierce battle for the lead in self-driving technology, with electric carmaker Tesla among the challengers.

Earlier this year, Tesla chief Elon Musk raised eyebrows by claiming he was “extremely confident” Level 5 autonomy would happen “very quickly”.

He claimed the “basic functionality” for full autonomy would be “complete this year”.

But analysts say that is hyperbole, and automakers are still a long way even from a true Level 4 system, in which a car is considered to no longer have a driver, just passengers.

Level 5 vehicles would theoretically have no steering wheel or other driver controls and be capable of handling all terrain types and weather without driver assistance. 

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CHAPTER 1:    INTRODUCTION

1.1.    Report description
1.2.    Key benefits for stakeholders
1.3.    Key market segments
1.4.    Research methodology

1.4.1.    Primary research
1.4.2.    Secondary research
1.4.3.    Analyst tools and models

CHAPTER 2:    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1.    CXO perspective

CHAPTER 3:    MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1.    Market definition and scope
3.2.    Key findings

3.2.1.    Top impacting factors
3.2.2.    Top investment pockets
3.2.3.    Top winning strategies

3.3.    Porter’s five forces analysis

3.3.1.    Low-to-high bargaining power of suppliers
3.3.2.    Moderate-to-high threat of new entrants
3.3.3.    Moderate threat of substitutes
3.3.4.    Moderate intensity of rivalry
3.3.5.    Low-to-moderate bargaining power of buyers

3.4.    Competitive landscape

3.4.1.    Market evolution
3.4.2.    Industry roadmap
3.4.3.    Market share analysis

3.4.3.1.    Global market share analysis (Value)
3.4.3.2.    Global market share analysis (Volume)

3.4.3.2.1.    Race analysis of AV makers

3.4.4.1.    U.S. market share analysis (Value)
3.4.4.2.    U.S. market share analysis (Volume)
3.4.4.3.    Market share analysis by auto suppliers

3.4.4.3.1.    Race analysis of auto suppliers

3.4.4.4.    Market share analysis by technology providers

3.4.4.4.1.    Race analysis of technology providers

3.4.4.5.    Market share analysis, by vehicle type (civil vs commercial)

3.5.    Market dynamics

3.5.1.    Drivers

3.5.1.1.    Improved safety along with reduction in traffic congestion
3.5.1.2.    Growth of connected infrastructure
3.5.1.3.    Transition from ownership to mobility-as-a-service (MaaS)

3.5.2.    Restraints

3.5.2.1.    High manufacturing cost
3.5.2.2.    Data management challenges

3.5.3.    Opportunities

3.5.3.1.    Development of smart cities
3.5.3.2.    Supportive government regulations

3.6.    Sidewalk delivery drone market size

CHAPTER 4:    AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE MARKET, BY LEVEL OF AUTOMATION

4.1.    Overview
4.2.    Level 3

4.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
4.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
4.2.3.    Market analysis by country

4.3.    Level 4

4.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
4.3.3.    Market analysis by country

4.4.    Level 5

4.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors, and opportunities
4.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
4.4.3.    Market analysis by country

CHAPTER 5:    AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE MARKET, BY APPLICATION

5.1.    Overview
5.2.    Civil

5.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.2.3.    Market analysis by country

5.3.    Robo taxi

5.3.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.3.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.3.3.    Market analysis by country

5.4.    Ride hail

5.4.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.4.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.4.3.    Market analysis by country

5.5.    Ride Share

5.5.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.5.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.5.3.    Market analysis by country

5.6.    Self-driving truck

5.6.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.6.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.6.3.    Market analysis by country

5.7.    Self-driving bus

5.7.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
5.7.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
5.7.3.    Market analysis by country

CHAPTER 6:    AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE MARKET, BY COMPONENT

6.1.    Overview
6.2.    Hardware

6.2.1.    Key market trends, growth factors and opportunities
6.2.2.    Market size and forecast, by region
6.2.3.    Autonomous hardware

6.2.3.1.    Ultrasonic
6.2.3.2.    Lidar
6.2.3.3.    Radar
6.2.3.4.    Vision system
6.2.3.5.    GPS receiver
6.2.3.6.    Others

6.2.4.    Other hardware
6.2.5.    Market analysis

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While it’s onerous to think about no drivers on the street, it makes sense when we see how safe these autonomous vehicles can keep us. Not all drivers are unhealthy, however in as we speak’s technologically pushed world virtually everyone you see may have a smartphone of their hand or pocket.

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